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LEICESTER: Team news to follow shortly.....

CRYSTAL PALACE: The Eagles will be without the suspended Luka Milivojevic, and his absence is worsened by respective calf, groin and hamstring injuries to Mamadou Sakho, Joel Ward and Timothy Fosu-Mensah. In their absences, Martin Kelly is expected to return at right-back, and Scott Dann and James Tomkins will continue in central defence. James McArthur and Jason Puncheon compete to replace Milivojevic.Provisional squad: Speroni, Hennessey, Kelly, Dann, Tomkins, Riedewald, Schlupp, Van Aanholt, Souare, Townsend, Loftus-Cheek, Puncheon, Cabaye, McArthur, Mutch, Ladapo, Sako, Kaikai, Zaha, Benteke.


ARSENAL: The Gunners will be without injured duo Aaron Ramsey, who injured his hamstring in last weekend's 1-1 draw at Southampton, and Theo Walcott (groin) is also sidelined, although the Gunners could welcome back Shkodran Mustafi as the defender is back in training following a thigh complaint. Arsene Wenger is likely to bring Sead Kolasinac and Alexandre Lacazette back into his starting line-up after they were rested at West Ham, but Santi Cazorla (ankle) remains absent.Provisional squad: Cech, Ospina, Mertesacker, Holding, Mustafi, Koscielny, Chambers, Monreal, Debuchy, Bellerin, Nelson, Kolasinac, Maitland-Niles, Wilshere, Xhaka, Elneny, Ozil, Iwobi, Sanchez, Welbeck, Lacazette, Giroud.

NEWCASTLE: Rafael Benitez will be without midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, who starts a two-match ban after being sent off for the second time this season. Striker Aleksandar Mitrovic will also sit out with a back problem, but full-back Paul Dummett is available for the first time since the opening day of the campaign following a hamstring injury.Provisional squad: Darlow, Elliot, Yedlin, Manquillo, Mbemba, Dummett, Haidara, Lascelles, Clark, Lejeune, Merino, Hayden, Saivet, Ritchie, Atsu, Murphy, Aarons, Diame, Perez, Joselu, Gayle.


BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION:  Team news to follow shortly.....

BURNLEY: The Clarets will welcome back Matt Lowton and Ben Mee (both knee) for the trip to Brighton but are still unsure about fellow defender Stephen Ward's availability. Charlie Taylor may be handed his first Premier League start if Ward misses out, with Robbie Brady (knee), Tom Heaton (shoulder), Dean Marney and Jonathan Walters (both knee) still missing.Provisional squad: Pope, Lindegaard, Long, Mee, Taylor, Ward, Tarkowski, Bardsley, Defour, Ulvestad, Hendrick, Cork, Westwood, Arfield, Gudmundsson, Vokes, Barnes, Wood, Wells.


CHELSEA: Alvaro Morata is available again after he missed Tuesday's win at Huddersfield through fatigue and with a back problem. Defender David Luiz is continuing his rehabilitation from inflammation on his knee and remains out.Provisional squad: Courtois, Caballero, Rudiger, Alonso, Fabregas, Drinkwater, Kante, Morata, Hazard, Pedro, Bakayoko, Moses, Kenedy, Zappacosta, Willian, Batshuayi, Cahill, Christensen, Azpilicueta, Clarke-Salter, Sterling, Eduardo, Ampadu.

SOUTHAMPTON: Mauricio Pellegrino has a fully fit squad to choose from. Cedric Soares came through unscathed against Leicester on Wednesday after returning from a hamstring injury and is likely to keep his place. But Pellegrino has suggested he will make changes at Stamford Bridge as Saints look to bounce back from their humiliating 4-1 defeat to the Foxes.Provisional squad: Forster, McCarthy, Taylor, Soares, Hoedt, Stephens, Yoshida, Van Dijk, Bertrand, Gardos, Pied, McQueen, Romeu, Lemina, Hojbjerg, Ward-Prowse, Davis, Boufal, Tadic, Redmond, Austin, Long, Gabbiadini.


STOKE: Stoke will be without Kurt Zouma after he limped out of the midweek defeat at Burnley with a hamstring injury. Defender Bruno Martins Indi (groin) and full-back Glen Johnson (knee) are also unavailable. Jese is expected to return next week after travelling to Gran Canaria to be with his ill son and midfielder Stephen Ireland continues his recovery from a double leg fracture.Provisional Squad: Butland, Cameron, Pieters, Shawcross, Wimmer, Shaqiri, Allen, Fletcher, Sobhi, Crouch, Biram Diouf, Grant, Tymon, Adam, Berahino, Edwards, Afellay, Choupo-Moting

WEST HAM: The Hammers will be without Winston Reid through suspension. Cheikhou Kouyate is back in training following a hamstring injury, so could be in line for a return while forward Edimilson Fernandes will be assessed on an ankle problem and defender Jose Fonte (ankle) also continues his rehabilitation.Provisional Squad: Adrian, Masuaku, Zabaleta, Collins, Cresswell, Noble, Lanzini, Obiang, Ogbonna, Arnautovic, Antonio, Hart, Carroll, Kouyate, Ayew, Sakho, Rice, Hernandez.


WATFORD: Richarlison has been passed fit to start, but Kiko Femenia misses out because of an injured hamstring. The Brazilian forward was substituted at Crystal Palace owing to fatigue but is available to strengthen a squad weakened by the absence of Will Hughes (hamstring). Younes Kaboul, Nathaniel Chalobah and Craig Cathcart (all knee). Tom Cleverley and Marvin Zeegelaar are suspended.Provisional squad: Gomes, Karnezis, Bachmann, Mariappa, Kabasele, Wague, Holebas, Deeney, Britos, Janmaat, Prodl, Doucoure, Capoue, Watson, Carrillo, Pereyra, Richarlison, Gray, Okaka.

HUDDERSFIELD:  Team news to follow shortly.....


MAN CITY: Vincent Kompany is unlikely to return after he missed the midweek trip to Swansea with an unspecified muscle problem. Former Spurs right-back Kyle Walker and winger Leroy Sane are set to return after being rested but defenders John Stones (hamstring) and Benjamin Mendy (knee) are still out.Provisional squad: Ederson, Bravo, Walker, Danilo, Otamendi, Mangala, Delph, Zinchenko, Toure, Gundogan, Fernandinho, De Bruyne, D Silva, B Silva, Sterling, Sane, Aguero, Jesus.

TOTTENHAM: Dele Alli is likely to be recalled after being rested for the win over Brighton in midweek but Davinson Sanchez remains suspended as he serves the last part of a three-match ban. Toby Alderweireld (hamstring) and Victor Wanyama (knee) both remain sidelined.Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Vertonghen, Dier, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Winks, Amos, Sissoko, Dembele, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Lamela, Llorente, Sterling, Kane.


WEST BROM: Gareth Barry could return after shrugging off a thigh problem. Matt Phillips (hamstring) and Craig Dawson (knee) are close to a comeback but remain doubts. Nacer Chadli (hip) and James Morrison (Achilles) are definitely out for Alan Pardew at The Hawthorns.Provisional squad: Foster, Myhill, Palmer, Hegazi, McAuley, Evans, Nyom, Dawson, Gibbs, Brunt, Field, Livermore, Phillips, Krychowiak, Barry, Burke, Yacob, Phillips, McClean, Robson-Kanu, Rondon, Rodriguez.

MAN UNITED: Paul Pogba completes his three-game ban. Eric Bailly, meanwhile, could be out for as long as three months after ankle surgery and there are questions over Marouane Fellaini and Marcos Rojo. Michael Carrick remains out but Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera and Ashley Young may start after being named on the bench against Bournemouth in midweek.Provisional squad: De Gea, Romero, Valencia, Darmian, Tuanzebe, Young, Shaw, Blind, Rojo, Smalling, Lindelof, Jones, Matic, Herrera, McTominay, Fellaini, Lingard, Mata, Mkhitaryan, Martial, Rashford, Lukaku, Ibrahimovic.


BOURNEMOUTH: The Cherries have scored just once in their last three Premier League games and boss Eddie Howe must find the right combination from Josh King, Callum Wilson, Jermain Defoe and Benik Afobe. Brad Smith (hip), Adam Federici and Tyrone Mings (both back) are out, with Steve Cook and Harry Arter one caution away from suspension.Provisional Squad: Begovic, S Cook, Francis, Ake, Daniels, Surman, L Cook, Fraser, Stanislas, Defoe, King, Boruc, B Smith, Simpson, Gosling, Arter, Afobe, Ibe, Wilson, A Smith

LIVERPOOL: Simon Mignolet is set to return to Liverpool's starting XI and Adam Lallana could also be involved in the contest at the Vitality Stadium. Joe Gomez, James Milner and Andrew Robertson are expected to be fit after knocks. Daniel Sturridge (hamstring) remains a doubt, and Alberto Moreno (ankle), Joel Matip (adductor) and Nathaniel Clyne (back) are still unavailable. Emre Can serves a one-match suspension.Provisional squad: Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Klavan, Robertson, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Coutinho, Salah, Firmino, Mane, Karius, Gomez, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Solanke, Ings, Sturrid


EVERTON: Yannick Bolasie could make his return to Everton's matchday squad after being out of action for just over a year due to a knee injury. James McCarthy (hamstring) and Leighton Baines (calf) remain unavailable, along with Ross Barkley (hamstring), Ramiro Funes Mori (knee) and Seamus Coleman (broken leg).Provisional squad: Pickford, Kenny, Williams, Holgate, Martina, Gueye, Schneiderlin, Lennon, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Calvert-Lewin, Robles, Jagielka, Keane, Baningime, Besic, Vlasic, Mirallas, Bolasie, Klaassen, Davies, Niasse, Sandro, Lookman.

SWANSEA: Wilfried Bony will be fit despite coming off in the closing stages of Wednesday's 4-0 home defeat to Manchester City with muscle tightness. But he has shown no after-effects of that since the City game and, with Wayne Routledge fit again, Swansea are at full-strength apart from the continued absence of Kyle Bartley (knee ligaments).Provisional squad: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Van der Hoorn, Mawson, Olsson, Mesa, Ki, Carroll, Dyer, Ayew, Bony, Abraham, Nordfeldt, Rangel, Clucas, Britton, Sanches, Fer, Narsingh, Fulton, Routledge, McBurnie.

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LONDON -- Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has accepted that his leading players are entitled to want to leave the club if they continue to fall short of silverware.

But Pochettino insisted that he was not worried about the likes of Manchester City signing his stars and reminded his squad that the club would only sanction sales on their terms.

For all Spurs' progress under Pochettino, they are still yet to win a trophy during his three-and-a-half year tenure and they are already 18 points behind Saturday's opponents City in this season's Premier League title race.

Spurs have previously sold leading players like Gareth Bale and Luka Modric, and this summer Kyle Walker became the first high-profile departure under Pochettino, joining City for £50 million and doubling his salary in the process.

Ahead of the trip to the Etihad Stadium, Pochettino was asked if he was concerned about more players following Walker by leaving to win trophies but he said: "We're not worried. We know how our project is and who we are, and in the end we try to develop our project not only thinking about today and tomorrow, but thinking long-term.

"That is so important, because it's not only that we need to win today, tomorrow, after tomorrow. We need to win today, tomorrow and in one year and two, three, four years. That is the plan for Tottenham. It may be completely different than others teams, that the most important thing is to win today. That is a good point for the debate when people assess us and compare with another team."

Toby Alderweireld -- who has been reluctant to sign an extension to his contract -- is 29, while Danny Rose, who has reportedly attracted interest from others clubs, is 27. It was suggested to Pochettino that some of his players may not want to wait another four years to win trophies.

"Exactly, that is the problem. I agree with you," he replied. "Maybe some players are not agreed in this plan and this strategy, and of course they are right to complain, to talk and in the end to want to move or have another challenge for different reasons, because we are all different and we all have different challenges, motivations, roles in our life.

"That is normal. The most important thing is to talk, to design the plan for everyone and then be happy because life is about enjoying and being happy. It's not about wasting time in a bad way, because life is so short.

"It's human nature that the players always want to improve, and have different challenges and ideas. But I am not worried, because in the end it's always three parts in all the situations in football -- the players, the club that owns the players, and if another club want some players, and in the end it's to be agreed on different things and try to make everyone happy with the decision. We're not worried."

Pep Guardiola's runaway leaders City set a new top-flight record for 15 consecutive wins at Swansea on Wednesday, while breaking Tottenham's record for the best start to a top-flight campaign, which they had held since 1960.

Spurs, however, can take heart from impressive wins over Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool and a 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu this season. In those matches, they pragmatically played on the counterattack, defending deeper than usual and finishing all four games with around 35 percent of possession.

Pochettino, though, said Spurs would try to "dominate" City and added that his players' mentality is more important than his team selection or tactics.

"We're going to play in a way that we believe we can win," Pochettino said. "Every manager thinks when they design their strategy to play, it's always the right strategy. It doesn't matter if you put one or another player with different characteristics in the XI, or play with a different shape.

"The most important is the mentality and the ideas you have and try to translate to the players. It's not that we need to be brave -- we need to behave like always, we need to think like always. We can win, we can play, we can enjoy and develop what we want.

"Then, of course, it's about power. It's the opponent that tries to do what they want to do. Then it's about playing and trying to dominate and trying to play in the way that sometimes you can. First of all, our idea is always to try to dominate, play in the way that we want and try to play in the opposite half. And then it's football and anything can happen."

Dan is ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @Dan_KP.